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Final day in Brno. At last got to see inside Low Beer Villa (yes that was the owners name) and garden tour of Villa Tougendhat.Interesting how your perception changes when you go inside the house. It's beauty from the exterior is magnified. What is that? It was built for wealthy industrialist at the beginning of 20th century. Villa Tougendhat was built by his son in law at the other end ...
Hanka took us to the Memorial of the Battle of the Three Emperors where Napoleons beat the Russians and Austrians on a hill near Brno. 15,000 killed the one day battle and more with typhus and injuries after. They still dig up buttons in the paddocks. The Memorial is a peace project commemorating soldiers of both sides.For Yva and Hanka it was a ...
... one conquered the fort or escaped from it. Had a well 118 metres deep.A recent clean out found a skeleton with a perfect set of teeth. Our night was filled by the Brno Philharmonic Orchestra. First half headed by percussion with the lead Ekki Sven Tuur playing at least 15 different instruments. Then some unseasonal Stravinsky. Amazing skill and teamwork. Retired to Iva's for Beckerovca and research till ...
... straight to the bus station. Didn't work and ended up walking the 2.5 km. The good news was another interesting coffee shop roasting coffee from around the world but not PNG.and Fab fast food at the bus station was a bonus. They really know how to do bread in Eastern Europe. At Brno, still raining and no cabs. No map. No tickets. But finally got to digs for next 4 days - only 2 blocks from ...
Slow starts seem to be the way we go. Went with Iva to the Brno Warringah Mall. I just love shopping then onto the Monrovia Museum that has a cafe dedicated to the free Czech airforce In WW2. There was also a new exhibition on WW2 as well but only in Czech or German. The museum was a great resource for teaching about rocks, the earliest humans through to Medieval and Greater Morovian ...